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Bombardier Offers CRJ Aircraft Repair Capability In Dallas

Only Previous Repair Center Was In Belfast, Ireland

Bombardier Customer Services announced Wednesday at MRO Americas that it is offering repair capability for Bombardier's CRJ200, CRJ700 and CRJ900 commercial aircraft at its Dallas repair facility. Bombardier is showcasing its range of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for commercial aircraft customers at MRO Americas, a key exhibition for operators and aircraft service providers.

CRJ900 File Photo

Following further investment in its repair and overhaul center, located south-west of Love Field Airport in Dallas, Bombardier can now provide CRJ aircraft repair capabilities for both nacelle and flight control components. The significant investment includes a large, rotable pool of parts, providing easy access to customers for lease, exchange and repair-exchange requirements.

This new CRJ aircraft repair offering extends Bombardier's existing repair and overhaul services in Dallas, which include support for the RB211-E4 and IAE V2500 engines.

"We have been providing this CRJ capability at our repair and overhaul center in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for more than 15 years and are delighted to expand it to Dallas," said Stephen Addis, General Manager, Bombardier Customer Services, Belfast. "Our extensive experience in the aftermarket support of nacelle and flight control components offers improved turnaround times and optimum value for our growing customer base in the Americas."

CRJ700 File Photo

"As we grow our overall aftermarket offering support across our global network, we are delighted with this recent expansion of our capabilities," said Gary Martin, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Service Programs, Bombardier Customer Services.



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